Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules

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ISBN:

9780199492213

Publication date:

20/09/2018

Paperback

688 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 625.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199492213

Publication date:

20/09/2018

Paperback

688 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

The second edition of Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules fulfils the requirements of undergraduate chemistry (Hons) course and provides the fundamental concepts of both static and dynamic stereochemistry. It is also useful for postgraduate students as a preliminary text on the subject.

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Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

Description

The second edition of Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules fulfils the requirements of undergraduate chemistry (Hons) course and provides the fundamental concepts of both static and dynamic stereochemistry. It is also useful for postgraduate students as a preliminary text on the subject.

The explanation of concepts in each chapter is supported with adequate number of illustrative diagrams and a large number of solved and unsolved problems, to facilitate easy understanding of even the complex mechanisms by self-study.

Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

Table of contents

  1. Symmetry in Molecules
  2. Dissymmetric Molecules
  3. Stereoisomerism of Chiral Molecules
  4. 960; and Ring Diastereoisomerism
  5. Conformation of Acyclic Organic Molecule
  6. Conformations of a Few Cyclic Organic Molecules
  7. Dynamic Stereochemistry
  8. Conformational Analysis of Cyclohexanes
  9. Pericyclic Reactions
  10. Stereochemical Aspects of a Few Important Organic Reactions

Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

Features

  • Introduces the concept of symmetry and dissymmetry in molecules and then discusses the stereoisomerism of chiral molecules
  • Explains various types of diastereoisomerism and conformational analysis of cyclohexanes, cyclic, and acyclic organic compounds
  • Discusses the concepts of dynamic stereochemistry and pericyclic reactions
  • Includes a number of exercise problems at the end of each chapter for practice
  • Includes ‘Glossary’ of important terms used in stereochemistry, as recommended by IUPAC, at the end of the book
  • Provides a list of topic-based references for those interested in further study
  • Presents certain advanced chiroptical methods like Optical Rotatory Dispersion (ORD) and Circular Dichroism(CD)


NEW TO THIS EDITION
  • Contains an appendix with more than 240 additional solved problems for further practice
  • Includes a new section (Appendix C) on multiple choice questions with answers


ONLINE RESOURCES For Faculty:
  • PowerPoint slides


For Students:
  • Links to interactive 3D animations

Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

Second Edition

Subrata Sengupta

Description

The second edition of Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules fulfils the requirements of undergraduate chemistry (Hons) course and provides the fundamental concepts of both static and dynamic stereochemistry. It is also useful for postgraduate students as a preliminary text on the subject.

The explanation of concepts in each chapter is supported with adequate number of illustrative diagrams and a large number of solved and unsolved problems, to facilitate easy understanding of even the complex mechanisms by self-study.

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Table of contents

  1. Symmetry in Molecules
  2. Dissymmetric Molecules
  3. Stereoisomerism of Chiral Molecules
  4. 960; and Ring Diastereoisomerism
  5. Conformation of Acyclic Organic Molecule
  6. Conformations of a Few Cyclic Organic Molecules
  7. Dynamic Stereochemistry
  8. Conformational Analysis of Cyclohexanes
  9. Pericyclic Reactions
  10. Stereochemical Aspects of a Few Important Organic Reactions

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